Motion to DQ Judge Tatro and DA Rombardo from Ty Robben case

This is a public Motion to Disqualify Carson City Judge John Tatro and DA  Neil Rombardo from Ty Robben case. Obviously, there’s a massive conflict-of-interest based on the Judicial Ethics Compliant I’ve filed with the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline against Justice of the Peace, John Tatro.

Neil Rombardo, you’re a “public servant” and Taxpayers pay your salary and can demand you step down via the Carson City Council (Board of Supervisors) and petition for an investigation or simply, your ouster from office.

I’ll file the “Nevada Ethics Complaint” against Neil Rombardo ASAP. I’ll motion to have the Carson City District Attorney disqualified from the case. My situation with DA Rombardo  and the the massive conflict-of-interest based on the Judicial Ethics Compliant I’ve filed with the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline against JP John Tatro. The constant court hearings, and perpetual harassment and violation of rights has to STOP. You have usurped the people of Carson City because “an injustice to one is an injustice to ALL”.

JP Tatro & DA RombardoGET OFF MY CASE’
& step out of office now 
please and avoid further embarrassment to the
Nevada Judicial System.

I can feel it coming in the air tonight, oh Lord
And I’ve been waiting for this moment for all my life, oh Lord
Can you feel it coming in the air tonight, oh Lord, oh Lord

Well if you told me you were drowning, I would not lend a hand
I’ve seen your face before my friend, but I don’t know if you know who I am
Well I was there and I saw what you did, I saw it with my own two eyes
So you can wipe off that grin, I know where you’ve been
It’s all been a pack of lies Continue reading

NV ANTI Corruption in books, movies, press and more!

Ty Robben filming of lawless America movie

Ty Robben filming of lawless America movie in Carson City, Nevada

As most followers of NSPW know, we’ve received good press coverage in Northern and Southern Nevada as well as Lake Tahoe, CA.

We’re also in the Lawless America movie documenting Nevada based Government and Judicial corruption.

We’re also venturing into book-writing and screen plays too for our own stories to be showcased.

A new book coming out this Summer will showcase Nevada based Government and Judicial corruption. We’re keeping the author and name secret for now, but Nevada will soon be captivated by the “thousands”  of lies, conspiracies and stories of corruption this book of a ‘who’s who’ list of names will reveal.

Here is an excerpt from the “Nevada Judicial Corruption” chapter of the book:

In 2012, Ty Robben, a Nevada citizen, led peaceful and lawful protests against corruption in the Attorney General’s Office and the Nevada judiciary. After several high profile demonstrations – with theWorlds Largest Crime Scene Banner at 4 ft tall x 150 ft long – in front of the AG’s Office and the courthouse spurred significant media coverage, he was arrested on a trumped up misdemeanor assault charge. He spent a total of 22 days in jail– 8 in solitary confinement – and nearly a month under house arrest with an ankle monitor.

"Judge" Tatro

“Judge” Tatro

The judge who signed the arrest warrant was Judge John Tatro, the same judge who Ty had attempted to disqualify from his civil case due to judicial bias.

The assault charge against Robben was eventually dropped.

judge tatro shooting

judge Tatro shooting

In December 2012, Judge Tatro woke up to the sound of gunfire at his home around 4:30 am. Two shots entered the front door, passed through the living room, and left through a sliding glass door. Ty Robben was questioned and immediately cleared. There has been no reported arrest to date but the police reviewed the judge’s court calendar in search of suspects. This incident followed the highly publicized June 2006 shooting of Judge Chuck Weller. Judge Weller was shot in the chest through the window of his third-floor courthouse office in Reno, Nevada, by a sniper in the parking garage across the street. The sniper, Darren Mack, had appeared before Judge Weller in Mack’s divorce case. Both Judge Tatro and Judge Weller had less than stellar reputations for rendering honest decisions in cases that came before them.

judge tatro crime scene

judge Tatro home a “crime scene” after gun shots fired into his front door!

Meet Me in DC – Bill Windsor & Congress – February 5-6, 2013 – Join the Lawless America Revolution

We are very excited about this video. We helped Bill Windsor produce a small section and we want to post it on our website to promote the cause – Meet Me in DC – Bill Windsor & Congress – February 5-6, 2013 – Join the Lawless America Revolution.

LawlessAmerica.com has moved high in the ranks of the top websites in America
Of 118 million websites registered in America, www.LawlessAmerica.com has broken the Top 100,000. Continue reading

Protesters gather in front of Reno Nevada home of Federal Prosecutor Ron Rachow

On November 23, 2012 Protesters gather in front of Reno Nevada home of Federal Prosecutor Assistant U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Rachow

Reno police (“RPD”) were apparently called by Mr. Rachow and RPD let the protesters continue their free speech and exercise their 1st amendment rights in front of Mr. Rachow’s Reno home. Thank you RPD, Guy Felton also thanks  Steven Pitts and salutes the RPD,  and we appreciate the professionalism of the RPD.

There is the Nolan Klein case where the prosecuting attorneyRon Rachow, intentionally withheld all of the exculpatory evidence that showed that someone else was responsible for the May 9, 1988 Payless Shoe Store crime. This was discovered in 2009 when Judge Adams ordered DA Richard Gammick to turn over the entire file in the Nolan Klein case. In the file were the handwritten notes that he was not going to turn over any of the exculpatory evidence that some else was responsible for that crime as well as the 3 other crimes, ALL HIDDEN FROM THE DEFENSE AND JURY.  Not only did Mr. Rachow withhold the evidence that would have cleared an innocent man, several employees within the Washoe District Attorney’s Office knew about this AND SAID NOTHING SINCE 1988. Mr. Rachow defied a 1988 Court Order by Judge Peter Breen to turn over all of the evidence.
Ron Rachow killed an innocent man

Ron Rachow killed an innocent man

In fact, in a September 22, 2008  interview given by Washoe County District Attorney, Dick Gammick regarding Mr. Klein being considered for a Pardon, Gammick publicly admitted that they opened up the DNA and tested it.  Shortly thereafter, ADA John Helzer appeared before the Nevada Pardons Board on October 29, 2008 stating prior to Mr. Klein ever  being considered for a Pardon he heard things so looked in Mr. Klein’s file. He looked, he saw and HE SAID NOTHING ABOUT THE OTHER SUSPECT.
     The Nevada Pardons Board denied Mr. Klein a Pardon, thereby, by their denying Mr. Klein a Pardon one can only conclude that they have to had to condone the Washoe County District Attorney’s Office of Brady Violations.
     After the Pardons Board Hearing, Mr. Klein’s attorney’s filed a Motion for Dick Gammick to turn over the DNA test results.  Washoe County District Court Judge Brent Adams issued and Order for Gammick to turn over the DNA test results and included the entire file in the Nolan Klein case.  On June 10, 2009 the file was turned over.  No tests results have ever been turned over.
     Just prior to Mr. Klein’s death in 2009 he learned the truth what the Washoe County District Attorney’s office did and how far several of members of the office went to coverup what Ron Rachow did.
     The Sparks Police Department’s theory was that Mr. Zarsky was responsible for this crime as well as other crimes in which those other victims cleared my innocent brother, Nolan Klein.
Sparks Tribune – Nevada in Brief In a 2010 video I  have Richard “Dick” Gammick on tape why he continued to employ Mr. Steven Barker who had been cited several times in several different cases for withholding evidence, even DNA that exonerated the person.
      In September the film crew will be coming to the Reno/Carson area to film the documentary movie “Lawless America”. Nolan Klein’s case will be featured as a part of the documentary movie on judicial corruption that will be presented to the United States Congress and the Sundance Film Festival.  Several requests thus far have been sent to Mr. Gammick and still no response.

Please See http://www.justicefornolanklein.net

Please See Nevada Prison Watch

Please See The Nolan Klein story on Lawless America

Ron Rachow must be charged with the murder of Nolan Klein. – Tonja Brown

Protesters gather in front of Reno, Nevada U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Rachow home 11/23/2012

Protesters gather in front of Reno, Nevada U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Rachow home 11/23/2012

Ron Rachow protest

Protesters gather in front of Reno, Nevada U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Rachow home 11/23/2012

Continue reading

LA Times – In Nevada/Las Vegas, They’re Playing With a Stacked Judicial Deck

In 2006 the LA Times ran a series of stories about Nevada judicial corruption.  We are appealing to them and other major California newspapers to run an update to the legendary exposé about the stacked deck in Carson City’s courthouse. We need to warn people about the rampant wholesale corruption in the Nevada judicial system.  We need to let everyone know to avoid Nevada – do not move here – do not buy a home here – do not do business here – do not spend money here – the government, the cops and the courts are very, very corrupt and they’re playing with a stacked deck.

These state judges often dispense a style of wide-open, frontier justice that veers out of control across ethical, if not legal, boundaries. The consequences reach beyond Nevada, affecting people in other states, especially California.

LA times - Nevada courts are a stacked deck

LA times – Nevada courts are a stacked deck

Courts – Las Vegas judiciary subject of in-depth LA Times examination

The LA Times ran a lengthy three-part series on the Las Vegas court system. The first story, Justice crippled by conflicts,” includes these quotes:

This is a juice town, some Las Vegas attorneys openly concede. Financial contributions “get you juice with a judge — an ‘in,’ ” Ian Christopherson, a lawyer in Las Vegas for 18 years, said in an interview. “If you have juice, you get different treatment. This is not a quid pro quo town like, say, Chicago. This town is a juice town.”

The second story, is about “a judge and his friends.” It begins:

LAS VEGAS — Without help from a friend, James Mahan might never have become a Las Vegas state judge. Certainly he wouldn’t have gotten one of the top judicial jobs in town: a lifetime appointment to the federal bench.Then again, without Mahan, his friend George Swarts would never have gotten to run an Internet porn business, a hotel-casino hair salon or a Southern California software company. Indeed, the careers of Judge James C. Mahan, 62, and his friend George C. Swarts, also 62, whom he appointed again and again as a receiver to manage troubled businesses, might be the ultimate example of how juice replaces justice in Las Vegas courtrooms.

In this town, people speak reverently of having juice, or an “in,” and Mahan — bearded, likable but sometimes caustic — has made it a striking feature in his courtroom. First as a state judge and now as a federal judge, he has approved more than $4.8 million in judgments and fees during more than a dozen cases in which a recent search of court records found no statement that he disclosed his relationships with those who benefited from his decisions.

The final story, from June 10th, is focused on senior judges. Some quotes:

Unlike regular judges, senior judges are not answerable to the voters, but serve at the pleasure of the high court, and that can mean for life. Unlike regular judges, they can reject assignments until they are given a case they want to try. Unlike regular judges, they cannot be removed from a case by peremptory challenge. And until last year, they did not have to disclose their financial interests.With this exceptional flexibility, they could try lawsuits in which they had a personal stake without revealing it. And because they cannot be removed by peremptory challenge, which normally permits a one-time replacement of a judge at the beginning of any case simply for the asking, it is possible for litigants to be stuck with senior judges, their conflicts of interest and their decisions.

In Las Vegas, They’re Playing With a Stacked Judicial Deck

JUICE VS. JUSTICE | A Times Investigation

Some judges routinely rule in cases involving friends, former clients and business associates — and in favor of lawyers who fill their campaign coffers.

|Michael J. Goodman and William C. Rempel | Times Staff Writers

LAS VEGAS — When Judge Gene T. Porter last ran for reelection, a group of Las Vegas lawyers sponsored a fundraiser for him at Big Bear in California. Even by Las Vegas standards, it was brazen. Some of the sponsors had cases before him. One case was set for a crucial hearing in four days. Continue reading

Nevada Intermediate Court of Appeals Amendment – Why not get the lower courts right first?

Nevada is one of only 10 states + DC without an intermediate appellate court. Like many other states, the state’s constitutional article related to the judiciary locks the state into a supreme court, district courts, justice of the peace courts, and (if the legislature approves, which it has), municipal courts. In 1980 and 1992 voters rejected efforts to amend the constitution to allow, but not require, the legislature to create an intermediate appellate. A third attempt in 2010 (Question 2) was rejected 47/53%.

Nevada judges are some of the highest paid in the Nation.

Nevada’s jurists are well compensated in comparison to their counterparts in other states, according to a 2011 report by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC). Judges for the state Supreme Court are paid $170,000 annually, which puts Nevada well above the average and 10th on the list of best-paying states. The median salary for state Supreme Court justices across the United States is $146,917.

According to transparentnevada.com Carson City judges are paid (2011) as follows:

John Tatro: $125,707.40 *

Tom Armstrong: $66,393.76 (partial pay from 2011) *

James Todd Russell: $172,080.96 *

James Wilson: $159,561.74 *

Carson City DA Neil Rombardo made $162,641.05 in 2011 *

Carson City Department of “Alternative Sentencing” Chief Rory Planetamade $147,909.99 in 2011. 

Other “Alternative Sentencing” public servants are paid very, very well and others not:

Catherine “Maddog” Summers was paid $113,597.47 in 2011.

Martin Hale was only paid $33,073.80 in 2011.

* This does not include bribes, kickbacks and other RICO Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act – “payments” that remain unreported.

A Carson City Justice/Municipal Court “Judge” (Justice of the Peace “JP”) only requires an education level of a High School Diploma – No higher education is required like say a degree in law!

From Carsonnow.org: The qualifications to be a candidate are established by Nevada State Law, (NRS 4.010) which states that a Justice of the Peace for Carson City must:

— Be a qualified elector

— Not have been removed from judicial office by the Legislature or removed or retired from judicial office by the Commission on Judicial Discipline

— Have a high school diploma or its equivalent as determined by the State Board of Education

— Reside in Carson City

The base pay range for the Justice of the Peace/Municipal Judge is $75,000 to $105,257.36 per year. The actual starting salary will be determined by the Carson City Board of Supervisors and will be based on the successful applicant’s education and experience.

California pays its high court judges the most of any state, with annual salaries of $218,237. But the pay scale varies widely for jurists in Nevada’s other neighboring states. Arizona pays its Supreme Court judges $155,000, while Utah pays them $145,350. The annual salary for high court judges in Oregon is $125,688, while Idaho pays just $119, 506.In general jurisdiction trial courts, Nevada judges are paid $160,000. The state is ranked 8th on the generosity list in this category. he median salary for general trial courts across the United States is $132,500.

The Survey of Judicial Salaries is published by the NCSC with information provided by state court administrative offices across the United States. The NCSC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the modernization of court operations and the improvement of justice at the state and local levels throughout the country. It functions as an extension of the state court systems.

The Nevada Intermediate Court of Appeals Amendment may appear on the 2014 ballot in the state of Nevada as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. The measure would establish an intermediate court of appeals in the state. State Senator Michael Roberson claimed that the state’s courts are overloaded with cases, which is why the measure is being proposed. If approved, the court would use existing facilities to operate. According to reports, the measure’s $1.3 million cost would be used for salaries and other staff requirements.

A similar measure was found on the November 2, 2010 statewide general election ballot, where it was rejected by voters.

Nevada must get its judicial act together before Taxpayers allow millions more tax dollars to fuel the troubled Nevada judicial industrial complex.

Citizens and Taxpayers must demand competent judges that follow the laws and the constitutions of the United States and Nevada.

In January 2012 the Las Vegas Review Journal did a series of stories called “Judging the Judges”: Nevada high court justices again ask for appeals court

See the excellent LVRJ Story here: http://www.lvrj.com/news/judging-the-judges-nevada-high-court-justices-again-ask-for-appeals-court-136498223.html

Here are some of the reader comments:

Nevada judicial reform

Nevada judicial reform

We propose these standards as presented for the worst State, Georgia: http://www.lawlessamerica.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=716:candidate-for-judge-introduces-state-legislation-designed-to-reform-the-legal-and-judicial-process-changes-desperately-needed-part-1&catid=104:initiatives&Itemid=105

The business-as-usual methodology in Nevada’s courts must change.  Nevada received a D- grade for CORRUPTION from the Center for public integrity in 2012. The “Judicial Accountability” section got a D+ grade and this is unacceptable and must not be rewarded by expanding an already corrupt system.

Nevada corruption report card 2012

Nevada corruption report card 2012

New videos addressing Nevada/National judicial corruption and judge John Tatro

I Want My Country Back — Call for a new American Revolution — Please Join us.

Lawless America TV – Lawless America Live TV – Sundays from 10-12 pm ET

Ask Mr. Bill – TalkShoe Conference Call – Ask Mr. Bill – Every Sunday

Powered by TalkShoe

Carson City JUDGE JOHN TATRO, Part 1 and 2


See more of Guy Felton’s Nevada Corruption videos on his youtube channel:

Guy's you tube videos

Guy’s you tube videos

http://www.youtube.com/user/GuyFelton3?feature=watch

Government in Nevada is too sick to heal itself. Tyranny is alive and well in Nevada.

Our state’s story is a prime demonstration of why we Americans must never give up our guns. Low-life, despicable scum have turned government into an enemy of the American Vision.

A recent report card issued by the State Integrity Investigation showed Nevada to have one of the worst-run governments among all 50 states.

Governor Sandoval and Attorney General Masto are ignoring the SII report card; they hope it will somehow evaporate and never become a concern in the public consciousness.

Sandoval and Masto are lackeys of organized crime.

The state’s controlling criminal elite LIKE Nevada government just the way it is; its loosey-goosey mechanics permit them to fleece we, the People of Nevada, for millions of dollars each year.

Nevada’s good ol’ boy network of corrupt judges is a MAJOR part of the problem.

Carson City Judge John Tatro is one example of Nevada’s black robes that cry to have white stripes painted on them.

Nevada’s good ol’ boy judges fraudulently pretend to be in the justice business; in truth they’re in the business of shafting and fleecing we, the People of Nevada.

Nevada government’s culture of corruption could not possibly exist if the state’s judicial community was committed to integrity and America’s noble ideals.

The State Integrity Investigation has a website at http://www.stateintegrity.org .

This video’s publisher is Guy Felton, Volunteer Ombudsman for the People of Nevada.